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When I sleep at night I easily get cold so I cover up myself with extra blanket.   When I wake up, filling a bit chill and still laying, I raise legs a bit with feet flat on bed, my body temperature goes up and sometimes I feel hot.  I never had this problem.  Other symptoms I have is chronic tinnitus on both ears 24h/day.  It the morning it usually get more aggressive. What is that, and how to fix it?
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This might be the symptoms of your environment, medicines, changing hormones and also age. If that’s not the reason then you should certainly concern yourself with the doctor.
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Hello~I would certainly ask your GP to check for circulation issues.  As to the tinnitus, I have it all the time as well, have had for many years, they don't know why though. One thought it might be due to Meiners' disease, but I don't have any other symptoms.
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